Plan of the House of the Lord, between 1 and 25 June 1833

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  • Historical Introduction
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Plan of Interior

Section 1

Broad stair
vestry
14½ feet by 3
121/2 by 3
12 14½ by 8 feet 4 8 inches

Section 2

Presiden[t]s of the Priesthood  No 1 3½ by 6
No 2 seat 3½ by 6
No 3 seat 3½ by 6
3½ by 6 3½ by 4 8 3½ by 6
+c. No 4 seat
4 feet wide

Section 3

from this  dotted line  go up stairs. Broad  Stair
vestry
14½ feet by 3
12 by 3

Section 4

15 12 14½ feet long 3 feet wide
 
1 14½ by 9

Section 5

11 feet 10 inch by 3 11 feet 10 inch by 3

Section 6

Scale of the floor 4 feet to an inch
15 14½ feet long 3 feet wide
1 14½ by 9

Section 7

12½ by 3 feet.
10 feet by 3½

Section 8

5 feet wide Swing table
4 feet wide
8 feet long
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Section 9

12½ by 3
10 feet by 3½

Explanation of Interior

This for the   is  Eighty Seven  feet Long and  Sixty one feet  wide and ten  feet taken of[f] on  the east end for  the stairway  leaves the inner  court 78 by 61  feet which is  calculated and  divided for seats  in the following  manner viz—  the two Aisles 4  feet wide each  the middle block  of pews are 11 feet  10 inches wide  long and three  feet wide each  and the two lines  drawn through the  middle are 4 inchs  apart for which  a curtain is to  drop at right  angles and divide  the house in to four  parts if necessary  the side block  of pews are 16 feet  <10 inches> 6 inches long and  3 feet wide the  side <Block of> pews opposite  the above are 14  feet 6 inches long  and 3 feet wide  the 5 pews in each  corner of the house  are 12 feet 6 inches  long divided into  5 the open spaces  between the corner  and side pews are  for fire plac[e]s those  in the west are 9  feet wide and  the East ones are  8 feet 8 inches  wide and the  chimney carried  up in the wall  where they are  marked with a  pencil
The pulpit in  the west end of the  house is to be occu pied by the as foll ows No 1 for the  No 2d for the No 3d  No 3 for the and No 4  for the each  of these are 8 feet  long containing 3  coves or stands  for the respective  speaker and their  seats opposite of  them are for visi ting officers who are  to occupy the seats  according to their  respective grades  the 2 spaces in the  middle are stairs  2 feet wide, the  middle pulpit is  to be ellevated  the first seats  one foot the 2d  two feet the 3d  3 feet & the  fourth 4 feet [p. [1]]
Plan of Interior

Section 1

Broad stair
vestry
121/2 by 3
14½ by 8 feet 8 inches

Section 2

Presidents of the Priesthood No 1 3½ by 6
No 2 seat 3½ by 6
No 3 seat 3½ by 6
3½ by 6 3½ by 8 3½ by 6
+c. No 4 seat
4 feet wide

Section 3

from this dotted line go up stairs. Broad Stair
vestry
12 by 3

Section 4

14½ feet long 3 feet wide
 
14½ by 9

Section 5

11 feet 10 inch by 3 11 feet 10 inch by 3

Section 6

Scale of the floor 4 feet to an inch
14½ feet long 3 feet wide
14½ by 9

Section 7

12½ by 3 feet.
10 feet by 3½

Section 8

5 feet wide Swing table
4 feet wide
8 feet long
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Section 9

12½ by 3
10 feet by 3½

Explanation of Interior

This for the is Eighty Seven feet Long and Sixty one feet wide and ten feet taken off on the east end for the stairway leaves the inner court 78 by 61 feet which is calculated and divided for seats in the following manner viz— the two Aisles 4 feet wide each the middle block of pews are 11 feet 10 inches long and three feet wide each and the two lines drawn through the middle are 4 inchs apart for which a curtain is to drop at right angles and divide the house in to four parts if necessary the side Block of pews opposite the above are 14 feet 6 inches long and 3 feet wide the 5 pews in each corner of the house are 12 feet 6 inches long the open spaces between the corner and side pews are for fire places those in the west are 9 feet wide and the East ones are 8 feet 8 inches wide and the chimney carried up in the wall where they are marked with a pencil
The pulpit in the west end of the house is to be occupied by the as follows No 1 for the No 2d for the No 3d for the and No 4 for the each of these are 8 feet long containing 3 coves or stands for the respective speaker and their seats opposite of them are for visiting officers who are to occupy the seats according to their respective grades the 2 spaces in the middle are stairs 2 feet wide, the middle pulpit is to be ellevated the first seats one foot the 2d two feet the 3d 3 feet & the fourth 4 feet [p. [1]]
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